A case of identity

I received a request to assist a woman who was trying to help a homeless woman she had befriended. The homeless woman had lost her belongings when the police evicted her and others from an encampment on Chicago’s North Side. While the friend helping her could replace most of the things thrown away by the police, she didn’t know how to replace the woman’s identity documents — her Social …

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